Intense Security on Both Sides of Border
President Trump will arrive in San Diego County on Tuesday to survey the border wall prototypes he commissioned amid high security and expected protests.
Any demonstrators will be confined to a dirt lot in Otay Mesa that the County Sheriff’s Department has designated a temporary “free speech zone.” People are prohibited from carrying anything that could be used as a weapon, from slingshots and rocks to guns and knives. Glass containers are also banned.
U.S. and Mexican authorities appeared to be collaborating closely on security measures for the president’s visit. Members of the U.S. Secret Service have been in Tijuana in recent days to help plan Tuesday’s security operation, according to U.S. and Mexican sources.Read More...